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Aleksandr Kuprin

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Aleksandr Kuprin

Russian writer, pilot, explorer and adventurer add

Category: Literature

Born in 1870.

Country: Russia (100%)

Education: undef.

Linked to: Soviet Union, Tatars, Izvestia

 

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Aleksandr Kuprin was born in 1870 add something


1871

Kuprin was a son of Ivan Ivanovich Kuprin, a minor government official who died of cholera during 1871 at the age of thirty-seven years add something


1876

Kuprin attended the Razumovsky boarding school during 1876, and during 1880 finished his education in the Second Moscow Military High School and Alexander Military School, spending a total of ten years in these elite military institutions add something


1889

His first short story, "The Last Debut", was published during 1889 in a satirical periodical add something


1894

Kuprin ended military service during 1894, after which he tried many types of job, including provincial journalism, dental care, land surveying, acting, circus performer, church singer, doctor, hunter, fisher, etc add something


1896

Although the 1896 short story "Moloch" first made his name known as a writer, it was his novel "The Duel" which made him famous add something


1902

"In February 1902, Kuprin and Maria Karlovna Davydova were married, their daughter Lidia born in 1903 add something


1919

During spring 1919, from Gatchina near Petrograd, Kuprin left the country for France add something


1937

He eventually returned to Moscow on May 31, 1937, just a year before his death, at the height of the Great Purge add something


1938

Kuprin died during the spring of 1938 in Leningrad and is interred near his fellow writers at the Literaturskiye Mostki in the Volkovo Cemetery in Leningrad add something


Aleksandr Kuprin died in 1938 add something

 

January 1938 brought a deterioration in Kuprin's health add something

 

Alexander Kuprin died on August 25, 1938, and was interred near his fellow writers at the Literaturskiye Mostki in the Volkovo Cemetery in Leningrad two days later add something


1942

She committed suicide in 1942, during the Siege of Leningrad add something


1958

After her return to the U.S. in 1958, she worked as stage actress, translator, author and script-writer add something